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Feb Long Range Discussion (Day 3 and beyond) - MERGED

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47 minutes ago, m045400 said:

Why does the rain/snow line ALWAYS go through my house in SoMD?  I mean always.  

 

Because... “SoMD” 

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1 minute ago, yoda said:

lol 12z NAVGEM

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Looks awfully similar to evolution on the NAM. Definitely wouldn’t rely on this model solely, but sure, let’s add it to the ole arsenal of models showing snow - can’t hurt. 

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2 hours ago, NorthArlington101 said:

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Perfectly fine for the GFS actually. Doing it’s typical thang being too progressive . If the GFS keeps showing a near miss SE and the NAM stays / euro jumps on the snow train, it’s game on. 

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32 minutes ago, GATECH said:

Snow fall map feb 2-3 2010

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Well I guess 4” three days before 32” is forgettable.

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sorry, is the euro better or no? can't tell. 

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Central VA south hit on the Euro.  Nice shift NW but still a little south of the Nam.

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1 minute ago, WxUSAF said:

Well I guess 4” three days before 32” is forgettable.

I don't remember the individual storms, but I just remember in the weeks leading up to the two big February storms, there was a few minor systems that ended up overachieving by quite a bit. There was like a three week stretch where I think I ended up with 70 inches of snow or something ridiculous like that.

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Weenie rule #468

Big Storm in the long Range

Lose it OTS in the medium

Brings it back in the Short Range

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Just now, osfan24 said:

I don't remember the individual storms, but I just remember in the weeks leading up to the two big February storms, there was a few minor systems that ended up overachieving by quite a bit. There was like a three week stretch where I think I ended up with 70 inches of snow or something ridiculous like that.

Remember when we overachieved on the clipper before the '16 storm? The commutageddon. 

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